Synopsis: A topical cream that, when applied to penis, increases sexual performance.
With female sex products outnumbering male offerings by a factor of 100 (by my conservative estimate), I always look forward to trying things that cater toward MY gender. Of course, this means a huge number of supplements/pills that mimic erection pharmaceuticals, with a smattering of masturbation sleeves and the occasional prostate/anal massager thrown in for good measure. And while I don't disparage such products, they certainly don't have the cache of, say, a Lelo or Fun Factory vibrator.
Sometimes, though, my lovely wife finds something different amongst the mundane packages that periodically arrive at our doorstep, in this case a small black box containing something called Shunga Dragon Vitality Cream, courtesy of the good folks at Passion Products (Shunga's distributor here in Southern California). Containing a couple of well-known warming and cooling agents (menthol and capsicum oils), along with a few well tested blood flow herbs, such as epimedium (horny goat weed), trilubus, and maca, Dragon Vitality Cream promised to "unleash the power and energy" of my "manhood." I took this to mean it would give me a nice hard erection and throw in some heat/cool sensation as a bonus.
And, boy, on the latter did this stuff deliver! After having my lovely wife apply the cream liberally to my "manhood," perhaps TOO liberally, things definitely heated up. In fact, I got a tad scared at the intensity of the warmth that enveloped my entire erection (did I mention it shot up like a rocket within 15 seconds of application?). It felt almost like I was cooking a hot dog with my anatomy - yikes! Thankfully, things cooled a bit and we both decided to see if the stimulation would transfer to HER sexual regions. Strangely, the sensation swung between warm and cold over the duration of our love making, eventually wearing off around the time we climaxed. I later tried the cream solo, although I applied much less to avoid the searing feeling of the previous encounter, and experienced a VERY pleasant time with my favorite porn star via Badjojo.
To sum up, I LOVE this stuff! In fact, I almost have to force myself NOT to use it when getting amorous with my partner. It works fast, is quite effective, and gives me hope for further products along this same path in the future.
It’s always fun to try out new items for men. Since most enhancements for men regarding “getting it up, keeping it up and having staying power” seems to be the quest for a lot of men, it usually directs men to over the counter pills. We really are not proponents of ingestible since you never know what the health is of each individual. So, when Shunga Erotic Art introduced their virility cream, we were quite intrigued.
Shunga Erotic Art packages their entire line of enhancements in beautiful bottles and jars. They also take the time to really create a body experience by touch, taste and smell. The Dragon Virility Cream comes in a 2 fl.oz black plastic bottle. When I flipped open the top to smell the cream, I was delighted by the sweet strawberry smell. I tried a bit and the taste was quite sweet, but we don’t recommend tasting it, since it has menthol and other “heat” elements that can make it uncomfortable in the mouth. Of course we didn’t take time to read the “A Little Bit of Advice…” pamphlet that is included since it comes in 4 languages and we were already hot and bothered to wait. But here is where we made the mistake of going full speed and not taking the time to read the fine print. The direction says to “apply approximately the size of a garden pea”. Instead, we just took a guess and put a quarter size dollop of the cream in my hands to apply onto my husband’s shaft. It went on nicely and the smell and feeling were great, but as the minutes ticked on, the heat from the menthol started to do its job. Freddy loved it at first, but then got a little hesitant as the heat made him a bit uncomfortable. I decided to jump on while the riding was there, and the heat definitely transferred to me. It was quite pleasurable as the heat wavered from hot to cool, and then it dissipated as time went on. I have to say that the experience was really great! As a side note, there is a warning on the label, partially due to the ingredient, Capsicum OR, that recommends the cream not be used on pregnant women and people suffering from genital herpes. I applaud that they make people aware of any side effects.